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Starting in the 1930s, brands such as Coca-Cola have increasingly obliged by pursuing kosher certification agencies to bestow their products with a hechsher, or stamp of approval.
Now the kosher retail market, which represents upwards of $13 billion in annual sales, according to Brooklyn (N.Y.) marketing firm Lubicom, even includes certain foods — such as chocolate Easter bunnies—that many Jews might never eat. Says Sue Fishkoff, author of Kosher Nation:
“Today, one-third to one-half of the food in a typical American supermarket is kosher.”
In a recent New York Times article, Tara Parker-Pope proposes that people are choosing kosher food for health reasons.
62 percent of people who buy kosher foods do so for quality reasons, while 51 percent say they buy kosher for its “general healthfulness.” About one-third say they buy kosher because they think food safety standards are better than with traditional supermarket foods. Only 15 percent of respondents say they buy kosher food because of religious rules.
If we’re to read into this a bit further, the reason kosher is perceived as healthier is because there is a third party inside the manufacturing plants that has a different incentive than the food company. His loyalty is to the customers (and even more so to G-d).
GK: Rabbi Haber tell us about how difficult is to “keep Kosher”?
Rabbi Haber: People who do not keep kosher often tell me how difficult it is. Actually, keeping kosher is not particularly difficult in and of itself; what makes it difficult to keep kosher is the fact that the rest of the world does not do so.
GK: What I have to know at first?
Rabbi Haber: If you buy your meat at a kosher butcher and buy only kosher certified products at the market, the only thing you need to think about is the separation of meat and dairy. The Kitchen has to be kosher too.
GK: House vs Restaurant
Rabbi Haber: Keeping kosher only becomes difficult when you try to eat in a non-kosher restaurant, or at the home of a person who does not keep kosher.
In those situations, your lack of knowledge about your host’s ingredients and food preparation techniques make it very difficult to keep kosher.
However, that this may well have been part of what G-d had in mind: to make it more difficult for us to socialize with those who do not follow the Bible.
GK: How about Health Benefits?
Rabbi Haber: There is no question that the Biblical dietary laws have some beneficial health effects. For example, the laws regarding kosher (proper) slaughter are so sanitary that kosher butchers and slaughterhouses have been exempted from many USDA regulations.
The short answer to why we observe these laws is: because the Bible says so. We show our obedience to G-d by following these laws even though we do not know the reason.
The Biblical Dietary Laws are designed as a call to holiness. The ability to distinguish between right and wrong, good and evil, pure and defiled, the sacred and the profane, is very important in Judaism. Imposing rules on what you can and cannot eat ingrains that kind of self control, requiring us to learn to control even our most basic, primal instincts. If you want to know more about it ask one of our Rabbis.